MANSFIELD, NJ—Are you looking to take advantage of the beautiful fall weather and foliage and explore an area just down the road from Bordentown?
The Burlington County Parks System is hosting a free Fall Foliage Tree Hike at Crystal Lake Park in Mansfield this Saturday, October 24 at 10:00AM.
Join Naturalist Jen Bulava and learn about some of the interesting trees and shrubs found at Crystal Lake, some of which are not found in any other County Park.
Experience the brilliant orange and gold foliage around the lake- so bring your camera!
The hike includes some steep slopes as well as a short flat-paved portion, so proper footwear with treads for hiking on uneven, slippery and root-laden terrain is advised.
Masks and social distancing will be required. A strict number of people will be able to attend, so registration is required. To register, click HERE.
Encompassing over 370 acres, Crystal Lake Park has a rugged and topographically diverse setting. With upland and lowland forests, a freshwater lake and wetlands, diverse vegetation and bird species, visitors can enjoy hiking, biking, fishing and horseback riding in a rustic natural atmosphere.
The park is located at 2401 Axe Factory Road in Mansfield.